How to know that a child is pseudomyopia? It is easy to see from these points

Abstract: to maintain a scientific eye posture: when reading and writing, children and teenagers should keep their eyes at a distance of more than 33 cm from the book and pen, and maintain a correct sitting posture. They must not read while lying down or walking, and do not read in bad light., What are the symptoms of children’s pseudomyopia? 1. As long as you read, your handwriting will overlap and serial. Look up and look at the object in front of you, and you will feel as if you are at ease and floating unsteadily., 2. Some children will have chalazion, wheat granuloma or blepharitis repeatedly. Although the vision of these children can reach more than 1.0, they have begun to have signs of myopia., 3. Children are bored with learning, do not pay attention in class, react more slowly, become irritable, and their academic performance decreases. Sleepy and sweaty at night, the body is easy to be tired, and has symptoms such as dizziness and loss of appetite. These changes are also signals of impending myopia., 4. If you look far and then move your eyes to nearby objects, or look close and then move to distant objects, there will be a short ambiguity in front of you. These are the manifestations of eye ciliary muscle regulation failure, which is caused by eye fatigue., 5. At the same time of eye fatigue, many children are accompanied by burning, itching, dryness and swelling carbuncle. In severe cases, the pain spreads to the deep orbit, even causes migraine, and can also cause pain in the occipital part, neck, shoulder and back. This is due to fatigue perceptual allergy of sensory nerves in the eyes., How to care and prevent children’s pseudomyopia? 1. Maintain a scientific eye posture: when reading and writing, children and teenagers should keep their eyes at a distance of more than 33cm from books and pens, and maintain a correct sitting posture. They must not read while lying down or walking, and do not read when the light is bad.,

what are the symptoms of pseudomyopia in children

1. As long as you read a book, your handwriting will overlap and serial. When you look up at the object in front of you, you will feel as if you are indifferent and unstable.

2. Some children will have chalazion, wheat granuloma or blepharitis repeatedly. Although the vision of these children can reach more than 1.0, they have begun to have signs of myopia.

3. Children are bored with learning, do not pay attention in class, react more slowly, become irritable, and their academic performance decreases. Sleepy and sweaty at night, the body is easy to be tired, and has symptoms such as dizziness and loss of appetite. These changes are also signals of impending myopia.

4. Look far and then move your eyes to nearby objects, or look close and then move to distant objects. There will be a short ambiguity in front of you. These are the performance of eye ciliary muscle regulation failure, which is caused by eye fatigue.

5. While eye fatigue occurs, many children are accompanied by eye burning, itching, dryness, swelling and carbuncle. In severe cases, the pain spreads to the deep orbit, even causes migraine, and can also cause pain in the occipital, neck, shoulder and back. This is due to fatigue perception allergy of the sensory nerve in the eyes.

how to care and prevent children’s pseudomyopia

1. Maintain a scientific eye posture: children and teenagers should keep their eyes at a distance of more than 33cm from books and pens when reading and writing, and maintain a correct sitting posture. They must not read while lying down or walking, and do not read when the light is bad.

2. Overlooking method: after using your eyes for a period of time, try to look at the distance and look at the green trees better. Twice a day for 15 minutes.

  3、 Cloud and mist method: wear + 2.00 + 3.00 convex lens (i.e. presbyopic glasses of 200 degrees to 300 degrees) once a day. Each time, wear glasses to look far for 15 ~ 30 minutes. 10 consecutive times are a course of treatment, and several courses of treatment can be repeated.

4. Pay attention to doing eye exercises: children and teenagers should form the habit of doing eye exercises to relieve the tension of their ciliary muscles and eliminate visual fatigue. Eye exercises can be done 4-6 times a day. In addition, children and teenagers should look into the distance for a while every hour of study, at least 10-15 minutes each time, and at least 3 times a day, so as to alleviate eye fatigue.

5. Necessary dietary care: maintaining a balanced nutrition can also effectively prevent the occurrence of pseudomyopia. Children and adolescents should eat more coarse grains, vegetables, fruits and bean products to prevent pseudomyopia. For children and adolescents who have suffered from pseudomyopia, in addition to the above foods, they can also eat more nuts, medlar and other foods to increase the intake of various vitamins and minerals.